VFW Post 8904 and the Ladies Auxiliary were joined by Uncle Sam on Saturday, July 4th as they visited the staff, residents and veterans at Holiday Nursing Home. Afterwards Uncle Sam stopped by Walmart and wished shoppers and workers a happy 4th.
The 1st annual Walker County Whiz-bang was held in Madisonville at the Madisonville County 4h range. This shoot is a two day shoot with juniors and intermediates shooting on Saturday, June 27th and seniors shooting on Sunday. Shelby County 4h shooters had four kids participating; Seth Shamblin, Lance Holloway, Logan Holloway and Konner Windham. Junior Division: Seth Shamblin 2nd skeet, 3rd whiz-bang.Intermediates:
Lloyd Sunfield “Shine” Fleming was the seventh of eight children of Oscar Hansford and Lois Ora Bush Fleming who were married on December 4th, 1904. Shine as he was known to all was born in Shelby County Texas on March, 12, 1918 and had five older brothers, Paul, Rowe, Graydon, Joel and Jeff, one older sister, Eula and a younger brother Bryan. They lived on Upper Arcadia Road where his Dad was a grocer.
Holiday Nursing Center recently celebrated CNA Week to recognize the love, dedication and care that our CNA’s have for our residents. The entire week was a “Fear Factor” themed event where participants chose to Dig for a magic key, taste, smell & recognize a variety of “things” all while being blindfolded! The week ended with an appreciation cookout and awards on Friday. Pam Maes had the Magic Key that unlocked $50. Alexis Young mustered through to win the Fear Factor and $100. C